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Cold-Case Christianity for Kids is Finally Available! | | Cold Case Christianity

Cold-Case Christianity for Kids: Investigate Jesus with a Real Detective is written for 8- to 12-year-olds and corresponds to the chapter sequence of the adult version of the book, so parents and kids can study together (I love that!). Even though 8 to 12 is the target age range, you can absolutely use this with 6- or 7-year-olds if you’re working through it with them and helping them understand the concepts. My 7-year-old son was so engaged by it that he read the first 60 pages in two days after receiving it.

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The Most Valuable Aim of Apologetics

Exodus 3 narrates the well-known account of God’s revealing Himself to Moses in the burning bush and commissioning him to tell Pharaoh to release the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. But that was only part of Moses’ mission. The other task to which the Lord called Moses was to address the Israelites. He was to command the Israelites in the name of God to engage in the largest strike in history. In absolute defiance of the power and authority of Pharaoh, they were to leave Egypt and go out to the desert to worship God at His mountain. And, of course, these events ended in the exodus.

The State of Theology

What we believe about God, about sin, about salvation, what we believe about ourselves as human beings, about other religions and about the Bible, what we believe about controversial social issues—all of these beliefs are influenced by our culture. But this survey indicates that regular exposure to Christian worship may have a tremendous counter-cultural effect. Evangelicals who attend church each week are far more likely to hold biblical convictions than their less regular peers. Infrequent church attendance leaves many uncertain about their beliefs and adrift theologically, even if they still consider themselves evangelical.

Satan’s Ten Strategies Against You

“When he lies, he speaks according to his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies” (John 8:44). The first time Satan appears in the Bible in Genesis 3, the first words on his lips are suspicious of the truth (“Did God say, You shall not eat of any tree in the garden?”). And the second words on his lips were a subtle falsehood (“You will not die”). John says that Satan “has nothing to do with the truth, because there is no truth in him” (John 8:44). We are dealing with the essence of falsehood and deception.

4 Practical Questions for Applying Apologetics on Your Campus

You may have seen the 2014 movie God’s Not Dead , in which Christian college student Josh Wheaton boldly and unashamedly stands up for his faith in less than welcoming circumstances. The story of an average young adult boldly professing faith drew in and inspired Christian moviegoers, making the film a surprise box office hit. For many young adults, though, this story is a reality. With the questions and challenges posed in universities and work environments, many find themselves in similar situations. The starting point is finding answers, and then understanding how to engage others with the truth.

Gentleness and Respect in Debate and Discussion

Introduction As a defender of the Christian worldview, I get involved in many discussions with skeptics. These discussions often not only touch on the existence of God, but on the problem of evil, the nature of man, and ethics, which all overlap into politics during certain years. As many have experienced first hand, these discussions often get heated. There is a temptation that is difficult to avoid in these situations, but it must be resisted. The Temptation The temptation to become defensive in our attitude (especially when the other person already is) is not easy to avoid. Sometimes we permit ourselves some freedom in our rhetorical force combined with our aggressive posture, and before we know it, those freedoms have produced sarcasm, disrespect, belligerence, or dismissiveness. Many times justified as "passion." While there is nothing wrong about being passionate about the truth and justifying its belief, we must always be careful that we articulate our points "with gentleness and respect." Christians are urged in scripture to do so (1 Peter 3:15b). But this is not merely an arbitrary command, it has real-world negative effects.

How Much Do Christian Kids Need a ‘Christian’ Education?

As I understand it, this article is as much (if not more) about primary education than about college education. Without a doubt, it is quite a different thing to send an 18-year-old to a state school than it is to send an 8-year-old to the local public school. I see no Scriptural support for forcing little ones into the line of fire in order to “withstand the assault of postmodernism and secularism” so that they can be “refined by God in the fire.” God may not have grandchildren, but oddly enough, He does give children to their parents for a time. I suspect this has something to do with the need to raise them in the nurture and admonition of the Lord before they make their way into the world to “endure the assault.” Or is there no age too young to turn our kids over to the state’s program? Perhaps this thinking is just for the non-Bible-believing Arminians–too unenlightened to see the value of the assault on their kindergarteners.

Is There Any Evidence for Jesus Outside the Bible? | Cold Case Christianity

“In the year 3671 (in Jewish reckonging, it being ca 90 B.C.) in the days of King Jannaeus, a great misfortune befell Israel, when there arose a certain disreputable man of the tribe of Judah, whose name was Joseph Pandera. He lived at Bethlehem, in Judah. Near his house dwelt a widow and her lovely and chaste daughter named Miriam. Miriam was betrothed to Yohanan, of the royal house of David, a man learned in the Torah and God-fearing. At the close of a certain Sabbath, Joseph Pandera, attractive and like a warrior in appearance, having gazed lustfully upon Miriam, knocked upon the door of her room and betrayed her by pretending that he was her betrothed husband, Yohanan. Even so, she was amazed at this improper conduct and submitted only against her will. Thereafter, when Yohanan came to her, Miriam expressed astonishment at behavior so foreign to his character. It was thus that they both came to know the crime of Joseph Pandera and the terrible mistake on the part of Miriam… Miriam gave birth to a son and named him Yehoshua, after her brother. This name later deteriorated to Yeshu (“Yeshu” is the Jewish “name” for Jesus.

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What did work? Treating youth like adults made a huge difference. And churches small and large, traditional and contemporary, that integrated young people and gave them responsibility and leadership were vastly more successful than those that relied only on lattes and light shows.

The World Is Yearning for Beautiful Orthodoxy

Jesus Christ is indeed the Way and the Truth—all that we mean by “orthodoxy.” Orthodoxy is a way of life grounded in truth, and a truth that expresses itself in all of life. To be orthodox is to know the truths that set one free (the classic doctrines of the Christian faith) and to live out that freedom in daily life by the virtues that have stood the test of time.

15 Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy eBook: Eric Metaxas, Timothy Keller, Timothy J. Keller: Kindle Store

As Adolf Hitler and the Nazis seduced a nation, bullied a continent, and attempted to exterminate the Jews of Europe, a small number of dissidents and saboteurs worked to dismantle the Third Reich from the inside. One of these was Dietrich Bonhoeffer—a pastor and author. In this New York Times best-selling biography, Eric Metaxas takes both strands of Bonhoeffer’s life—the theologian and the spy—and draws them together to tell a searing story of incredible moral courage in the face of monstrous evil. Metaxas presents the fullest accounting of Bonhoeffer’s heart-wrenching decision to leave the safe haven of America to return to Hitler’s Germany, and sheds new light on Bonhoeffer’s involvement in the famous Valkyrie plot and in “Operation 7,” the effort to smuggle Jews into neutral Switzerland. In a deeply moving narrative, Metaxas uses previously unavailable documents?including personal letters, detailed journal entries, and firsthand personal accounts?to reveal dimensions of Bonhoeffer's life and theology never before seen.

Has the Church Hurt You?

A church without wounds is an easy sell in a world where words are cheap: “They have healed the wound of my people lightly, saying, ‘Peace, peace,’ when there is no peace” (Jeremiah 8:11). In the last days, many are deceived because of the devil’s power to heal wounds: “its mortal wound was healed, and the whole earth marveled as they followed the beast” (Revelation 13:3). The world will be tempted to worship the healing of temporary wounds over the Savior from sin and Healer of souls? We’re tempted to do that now.

How to Talk to Your Pastor About Apologetics - Hope's Reason

I have heard from a number of people who have been frustrated when their church leadership does not seem interested in apologetics. You have read the books and have been to the conferences and you know how powerful apologetics can be. But when you talk to your pastor, there seems to be no interest. What are you to do?

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When the Prime Minister of Japan committed suicide after the brutal Second World War, he wrote his epitaph: “As terrible as it was what I did to others, nothing was as terrible as what I did to myself.” The fact is that what he did to others was a sequel to what he had done to himself. No man or woman is an island. We draw others into our world of choices. I attended the funeral of a man who had taken his own life. He did not just kill himself. He broke the heart of his widow and trampled underfoot the hearts of his children. His daughter said she felt betrayed because often times in her teens she had wanted to take her own life but had held back because of the pain it would have caused her family. Her obedience to a justifiable fear had spared her family. Selfishness in an adult crushed the heart of his family and many others.

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Psychologists cannot counsel him, philosophers cannot instruct him, billionaires cannot add to his treasures. In this lab, Pastor John revels in a glorious God who owns all, funds all, and receives all.

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Thoughtful Christians should join with these sexual revolutionaries and the basic assessment that there are toxic forms of masculinity, and we should note that there are toxic forms of understanding of what it means to be male in the larger society. But what in the world would be the corrective for those toxic ideas of masculinity? It could only be an objective understanding of what it means to be male and what it means to come up with any healthy understanding of masculinity. Once you have the absolute abandonment of everything that was inherited from the Christian tradition, once you have the overthrowing of centuries of moral wisdom, then all you’re left with is the kind of argument that is seen in this kind of editorial in which the editors in defending this very program have to argue, and perhaps this is the point, that this isn’t a reeducation camp being administered by an oppressed group in the service of the feminization of American society.

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Thoughtful Christians should join with these sexual revolutionaries and the basic assessment that there are toxic forms of masculinity, and we should note that there are toxic forms of understanding of what it means to be male in the larger society. But what in the world would be the corrective for those toxic ideas of masculinity? It could only be an objective understanding of what it means to be male and what it means to come up with any healthy understanding of masculinity. Once you have the absolute abandonment of everything that was inherited from the Christian tradition, once you have the overthrowing of centuries of moral wisdom, then all you’re left with is the kind of argument that is seen in this kind of editorial in which the editors in defending this very program have to argue, and perhaps this is the point, that this isn’t a reeducation camp being administered by an oppressed group in the service of the feminization of American society.

The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe | Rutgers University

For more resources visit: In February 2015, Dr William Lane Craig visited Rutgers University in New Jersey at the invitation of the campus Christian group Ratio Christi. He gave an evening lecture on the subject “The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe” to a packed auditorium of several hundred students. Although some pushback was anticipated, the audience, which was composed of both believers and nonbelievers, proved to be very open, and a wonderful time of interaction for an hour and a half afterwards took place. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page:

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33 Terminology Tuesday: Inerrancy - Apologetics 315

Inerrancy : The doctrine that the Bible is completely trustworthy and contains no errors. The doctrine is normally qualified in a number of ways. The Bible is said to be inerrant in the original autographs, and it is said to be without error only when properly interpreted. Proper interpretation itself requires attention to genre (such as poetry, proverbs and history) and answers to questions about the intentions of the author and conventions shared by author and reader. Some Christians affirm a limited inerrancy, declaring that the lack of error holds only for certain types of truth that God intends to reveal through Scripture, primarily matters of morality and theology. 1


Exodus 20:9 says, “You have six days in which to do your work, but the seventh day is a day of rest dedicated to me” (GNT). Rest is so important to God that he put it in the Ten Commandments. He wants you to take a day off every week. That’s called the Sabbath, which literally means a day of rest, and God wants us to do it every seventh day. (The day isn’t important. It doesn’t have to be a certain day, just every seventh day.) It’s so important that even God rested on the seventh day when he created everything — not because he was tired but to give us an example of how we should rest.

Allah or Jesus? Is God One? Interview with Nabeel Qureshi

A. That's one of the first questions Muslims very frequently ask. I would say you have to start with the Gospel of John. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God," and then you can show how the Word became flesh and dwelt among us in John 1:14. Someone will probably respond and say, "This isn't Jesus speaking; this is John speaking." We can respond by explaining that John was Jesus' disciple. This is why it's so important to understand the evidence for Islam and Christianity in contrast, because if you just compare one without understanding the other, it can be problematic. Muslims are very ready to tell you what Muhammad said. The problem is, we don't have Muhammad saying anything. We have other people recording what he said, in the same way that we have John recording what Jesus said, or John recording things about Jesus.

Free at Last: My Surprising Liberation from Porn

God met my thousandth prayer (so to speak) and unleashed a power that broke a deeply ingrained pattern of sin in my life. As a result, I was no longer weighed down by a constant feeling of slavery to sexual sin. God freed me, and I was able to focus more of my energy on pursuing and loving him. It was a huge turning point in my life. God also used that event to prepare me for marriage three years later. I was free, and so was my wife — I did not carry the baggage of those sexual sins into my marriage.

Apologetics: How Can the Bible be Inerrant if Copyists Made Mistakes?

Oddly enough, when it comes to differences between biblical manuscripts, some skeptics seem to pursue a similar line of reasoning to the one my teacher followed when I asked the differences between the Gospels. “How does it help us to say that the Bible is the inerrant word of God if in fact we don’t have the words that God inerrantly inspired,” one such skeptic claims, “but only the words copied by the scribes—sometimes correctly but sometimes (many times!) incorrectly?” In other words, if there are variations among the many thousands of copies of Scripture, how can anyone reasonably claim that the Scriptures are inerrant?

What evidence should we expect about Jesus? Smithsonian Magazine answers

I was browsing magazines at the library and saw the cover of the January/February Smithsonian (pictured). I grabbed it because it caught my interest with the article title. What impressed me most, however, was the several points made within the article. Though it at times took a conspiratorial tone, overall the point of the article was to show what daily life would be like in 1st Century Palestine.

Star Trek TNG Season 7: “Firstborn” and “Bloodlines”

I didn’t mention the  very  end, where Picard gifts a prayer stick to Jason that the latter had said was basically worthless before. It has new worth now, and that sums up what this episode has going for it. From the start, it seemed pretty clear Jason wouldn’t be Picard’s son. Illegitimate child with Picard? I think not. But the fact that Picard made such efforts to bond with Jason, despite the latter’s “disappointing” qualities, made this a great character-building episode. It was great to see Picard introduce his archaeological collection to his “son,” only to have Jason dismiss it as worthless. It shows that what we value is often highly subjective, and that relationships are complex. Not only that, but Jason’s character was also developed remarkably well over the course of the episode.

40 The Hermeneutic of Humility

send to a friend #3  Posted by Rebecca  |  Monday, October 3, 2016 at 7:14 AM I am excited for this series. As a new believer, I find this "vagueness" in the Bible church we attend. It is extremely hard as a new believer, when discovering different doctrinal issues, in search of concrete answers, only to receive an answer from the pastor that usually supports both sides of the issue I am studying. It has been very confusing for me. I have a teaching degree and when I receive such vague, indefinite answers about the issues I am studying, all I can think of is "What if this is how I taught my students?" When a child asks me about locating nouns in a sentence, what if I told him pronouns were nouns and not pronouns and I didn't delineate the differences? That's probably a bad example, but I think you can get my point. True teachers need to be descriptive and most certainly, need to know the material they are teaching.

You Cannot Glorify God If You Find Him Boring

Now, Karl Barth is right, then, that we pursue knowing and we pursue believing not as ends in themselves, but in order that we might go higher and deeper in our joy. Now, I would only add two things to that. This is why I say it may get a little complicated. One is that the reason God designed it that way is that God is not glorified when all that we know about him bores us. In other words, God does not design the world just so that we might know things about him truly, because if you know something truly and it bores you, God is not glorified in your knowing. And God didn’t create the world to present himself as boring. He created the world to present himself as glorious and, therefore, we must move beyond knowing and believing to joy. Otherwise, God doesn’t look beautiful. He doesn’t look valuable.

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43 Consequentialism – R.C. Sproul Jr.

The opposite of consequentialism is even more of a mouthful. The opposite perspective is called a deontological ethic. D-e-o-n-t-o-l-o-g-i-c-a-l. How’d I do? No one’s here testing it. I think I got it right. Deontological ethics asks a profoundly different question. It asks the question not “What will happen if I do this or that?” but “What is my obligation? My obligation is to do what is right. The consequences and fruit of those decisions are outside of my hands.” That’s the first thing I love about deontological ethics, is it recognizes man as man and God as God. One of the ways we often express this sentiment is we say “Duty is ours, and consequences belong to the Lord.” That’s the deontological perspective, it says “God has told me, God has revealed to us what He wants us to do.”

Atheism's problem of evil

“But wait: how do we know that the morally right act is, as Harris posits, the one that does the most to increase well-being, defined in terms of our conscious states of mind? Has science really revealed that? If it hasn’t, then the premise of Harris’s all-we-need-is-science argument must have nonscientific origins.”

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We should be very concerned about the prospect of an even more activist and liberal court under perspective appointments by a President Hillary Clinton. But it’s also unclear that we would know exactly what we might be getting in terms of the totality of a presidency of Donald J. Trump. It’s not at all clear this year how all of this is to be factored into the equation, and individual faithful Christians seeking to operate on the basis of a biblical worldview and operate as faithful Christian citizens may come to very different conclusions about how exactly we might vote. This also, Christians should keep in mind, affirms the importance of the down ticket races, as they are called, especially races for the United States Senate. Our Constitution calls for the President of the United States to make nominations to the Supreme Court that then must be confirmed by the United States Senate. It will thus matter greatly who is in control of the Senate, whether or not it has a conservative or a liberal majority. Given today’s partisan political divide in the United States, that means whether there is a Republican or a Democratic majority in the United States Senate.

We Need More Christian Kids Hearing from Atheists

A Barna Group Study released earlier this year reports some dramatic shifts in how American youth approach the Bible. Today's youth read the Bible much less than young people have even fifteen years ago and fewer Millennials see the Bible as a Holy book, let alone one inspired by God. 1 Of course, the rise of skepticism has only added to young people's disillusionment about God's word. As the Barna researchers noted, the culture has seen a steady rise of skepticism "creating a cultural atmosphere that is becoming unfriendly to claims of faith."2

New discovery: ancient Old Testament fragment is identical to copy 2,000 years later

The charred lump of a 2,000-year-old scroll sat in an Israeli archaeologist’s storeroom for decades, too brittle to open. Now, new imaging technology has revealed what was written inside: the earliest evidence of a biblical text in its standardized form.

Worship Is Not Made-to-Order

The Promised Land is full of idols, which God commands the Israelites to destroy, and the basis for this command is holiness. God’s name will dwell there, and his people are to be identified by that name and live by that name (Deuteronomy 5–6). Thus, if they are God’s chosen people they must worship at God’s chosen place according to his command, to “do all that I am commanding you” (Deuteronomy 12:14). In other words, not only our desires for personal worship, but our whole life needs to be conformed in holiness to the desires of the one we worship.

Hillsong NYC’s Carl Lentz: At This Church, We Are Not Saying 'All Lives Matter'

I would encourage anybody who cares about people, to somehow find a way to hear voices of those that don't share your journey. It will impact you. And times are as urgent as they have ever been... What's cool to me?? I don't see this photo and think about color. I see this photo and I think about family.. #occupyallstreets also.. Shout out to Corey Robinson who declared "I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT BEING BLACK! EVERYTHING!" Haha i cannot relate, but you totally convinced me.

Tim Tebow Hit By Pitch, Charges Mound To Offer Instant Forgiveness | The Babylon Bee

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL—Playing in his second instructional league baseball game with the New York Mets organization Thursday, Tim Tebow was hit by a pitch from lefty Chandler Hawkins during his third at bat. According to witnesses, the former NFL player immediately threw down his bat and aggressively charged the pitcher’s mound—but rather than engaging in the traditional fistfight or shoving match, Tebow rushed out to immediately forgive Hawkins face to face.

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